Sunday, March 13, 2011

RED ALERT: A Huge Blast At Japan's Nuclear Power Plant - A State Of Emergency Is Declared! UPDATE: Global Meltdown & Nuclear Fallout - Another State Of Emergency At Second Nuclear Plant In Japan: IAEA!

The Japanese government has declared a nuclear emergency, as the cooling system failed, at a nuclear power plant, triggering evacuation orders for about 3,000 residents. The government declared its first-ever state of emergency at a nuclear plant. Japan's nuclear safety agency said pressure inside one of six boiling water reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plant had risen to 1.5 times the level considered normal.

Here is more from the BBC.
A massive explosion has struck a Japanese nuclear power plant after Friday's devastating earthquake. A huge pall of smoke was seen coming from the plant at Fukushima and several workers were injured. Japanese officials fear a meltdown at one of the plant's reactors after radioactive material was detected outside it. A huge relief operation is under way after the 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami, which killed more than 600. Hundreds more people are missing and it is feared about 1,300 may have died. The offshore earthquake triggered a tsunami which wreaked havoc on Japan's north-east coast, sweeping far inland and devastating a number of towns and villages. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan declared a state of emergency at the Fukushima 1 and 2 power plants as engineers try to confirm whether a reactor at one of the stations has gone into meltdown. It is an automatic procedure after nuclear reactors shut down in the event of an earthquake, allowing officials to take rapid action

Television pictures showed a massive blast at one of the buildings of the Fukushima 1 plant, about 250km (160 miles) north-east of Tokyo. A huge cloud of smoke billows out and large bits of debris are flung far from the building. Japan's NHK TV showed before and after pictures of the plant. They appeared to show that the outer structure of one of four buildings at the plant had collapsed after the explosion. The Tokyo Electric Power Co, the plant's operator, said several workers had been injured. Cooling systems inside several reactors at both the Fukushima plants stopped working after Friday's earthquake cut the power supply. Japan's nuclear agency said on Saturday that radioactive caesium and iodine had been detected near the number one reactor of the Fukushima 1 plant. The agency said this may indicate that containers of uranium fuel inside the reactor may have begun melting. Air has been released from several of the reactors at both plants in an effort to relieve the huge amount of pressure building up inside. Mr Kan said the amount of radiation released was "tiny". Thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate the area near the plants. BBC correspondent Nick Ravenscroft said police stopped him 60km from the Fukushima 1 plant. Analysts say a meltdown would not necessarily lead to a major disaster because light-water reactors would not explode even if they overheated. The 8.9-magnitude tremor struck in the afternoon local time on Friday off the coast of Honshu island at a depth of about 24km, 400km (250 miles) north-east of Tokyo. It was nearly 8,000 times stronger than last month's quake in New Zealand that devastated the city of Christchurch, scientists said. Some of the same search and rescue teams from around the world that helped in that disaster are now on their way to Japan.
The situation at the Fukushima plant is seeing comparisons drawn to the Chernobyl nuclear explosion - which was the world's worst atomic plant disaster. It happened 25 years ago in Ukraine, but the effects of the contamination are still felt today.

Here's a video from Greenpeace that shows the effects from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster that caused a worldwide radiation scare.

In 1979, a partial meltdown at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in the United States in 1979 stopped the growth of the world's nuclear power industry in its tracks, as the accident sparked radiation fears.

What will happen in Japan, will this nuclear blast and meltdown plunge the world into a new era of cataclysmic nuclear fallout?

UPDATE: Global Meltdown & Nuclear Fallout - Another State Of Emergency At Second Nuclear Plant In Japan: IAEA!

 Following the explosion at a quake-hit nuclear plant in Japan, a state of emergency has been declared at a second facility due to excessive radiation levels there, the UN atomic watchdog said on Sunday.
The International Atomic Energy Agency says Japan informed it that the source of the radioactivity at the Onagawa power plant is being investigated. It said all three reactors at the plant are under control. Japan also said authorities at another plant have resorted to using sea water to cool a second reactor in an attempt to prevent a meltdown. Japan said earlier attempts to cool the No. 3 reactor at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant had failed. Sea water is also being used to cool the plant's No. 1 reactor. Sea water is corrosive and is being used as a last resort. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano also said Sunday that a hydrogen explosion could occur at Unit 3 of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex, the latest reactor to face a possible meltdown. That follows a blast the day before in the power plant's Unit 1, and operators attempted to prevent a meltdown there by injecting sea water into it. "At the risk of raising further public concern, we cannot rule out the possibility of an explosion," Edano said. "If there is an explosion, however, there would be no significant impact on human health." More than 170,000 people had been evacuated as a precaution, though Edano said the radioactivity released into the environment so far was so small it didn't pose any health threats. "First I was worried about the quake," Kenji Koshiba, a construction worker who lives near the plant. "Now I'm worried about radiation." He spoke at an emergency center in Koriyama town near the power plant in Fukushima. The French Embassy urged its citizens Sunday to leave the area around Tokyo – 170 miles (270 kilometers) from Fukushima Dai-ichi – in case the crisis deepened and a "radioactive plume" headed for the area around the capital. The statement acknowledged that the possibility was looking unlikely. Edano said none of the Fukushima Dai-ichi reactors was near the point of complete meltdown, and he was confident of escaping the worst scenarios. A complete meltdown – the collapse of a power plant's ability to keep temperatures under control – could release uranium and dangerous contaminants into the environment and pose major, widespread health risks.
- Huffington Post
UPDATE: Emergency Alert For Pacific Coast of North and South America From Radioactive Fallout!

Today, one of my sources sent me the following image of a map,.illustrating where the fallout will go if the nuclear facilities melt down in Japan. I am not sure who designed it, if anyone knows, please advise accordingly, so that the proper attribution can be made.

The map shows that the fallout would reach the Pacific Coast of North America within the space of six days if it follows the jet stream, following a catastrophic meltdown at the three operating Fukushima Daiichi reactors, with the Caribbean and South America affected in just over ten days. It is quite possible that if the core of the radioactive material overheats, the high temperatures could move it to the floor of the nuclear reactor vessel, creating a meltdown similar to the Three Mile Island reactor. Based on several reports on Japan's preparedness for earthquakes, it seems that the Fukushima Daiichi reactors has a much better containment system than the Three Mile Island or Chernobyl reactors, if the core was to melt through onto the containment unit.  However, it is widely believed that there is an issue of strength:
...but on the scale of most reactors in this country, it's not as strong as most of them," said Ken Bergeron, a physicist and former scientist at the Sandia National Laboratories, where he worked on nuclear-reactor accident simulation. "If the containment doesn't survive, we have a worst-case scenario" of a meltdown, Bergeron said in a Saturday conference call with other U.S. nuclear scientists to discuss the situation. - Wall Street Journal.

Frightening. Consider the following report from the BBC, that the Japanese government has been suppressing the scale of the crisis:
A former nuclear power plant designer has said Japan is facing an extremely grave crisis and called on the government to release more information, which he said was being suppressed. Masashi Goto told a news conference in Tokyo that one of the reactors at the Fukushima-Daiichi plant was “highly unstable”, and that if there was a meltdown the “consequences would be tremendous”. He said such an event might be very likely indeed. So far, the government has said a meltdown would not lead to a sizeable leak of radioactive materials. - BBC.


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JAPAN QUAKE: Incredible swarms of fish form off coast of Acapulco?!

As we continue to examine the Earth changes happening around the globe and the monumental disaster in Japan, here is another strange story that will leave you in total wonderment. On Friday, off the coast of Acapulco, masses of fish inexplicably crowded in a pack, along the coastline. Witnesses described the sightings as a "living oil silk," when seen from above. This weird occurrence has been attributed directly to the tsunami that was triggered by the massive magnitude 8.9 earthquake in northeast Japan.

Here's more from Mail Online.
The shores of Acapulco's beaches were this weekend teeming with masses of fish packed so tightly they looked like an oil slick from above. Thousands of sardines, anchovies, stripped bass and mackerel surged along the coast of the Mexican resort in an event believed to be linked to the devastating Japanese tsunami. Delighted fishermen rushed out in wooden motor boats, abandoning their rods and nets and simply scooping the fish up with buckets. 'There were about 20 or 30 fishermen and there were people who came with their kids to take advantage of it,' Carlos Morales said. The fishermen attributed the strange phenomenon to the unusual currents unleashed by tsunami that followed the earthquake in Japan. Experts couldn't be sure. 'It would fall into that category where you would love to make the connection, but who knows?' said Rich Briggs, a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. 'Tsunamis can change local currents, but it's hard to make a firm connection.'
Strange days, have found us.

MYSTERY: Japan Quake - Giant Whirlpool Forms in the Pacific Ocean? FRINGE: Symbolism of the Coming Convergence with Another World?!

According to seismologists, the magnitude 8.9 earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan on Friday, that triggered off a 10-metre tsunami, was bigger than any known historic earthquake and came as a shocking surprise.
Giant whirlpool in Japan.
The 8.9 magnitude earthquake is among the top 10 ever recorded and occurred on an irregular fault line where a smaller temblor would be expected... "is going to be among the top 10 earthquakes recorded since we have had seismographs," said seismologist Susan Hough of the U.S. Geological Survey in Pasadena. "It's bigger than any known historic earthquake in Japan, and bigger than expectations for that area." Geologists had expected the portion of the Pacific "Ring of Fire" that produced this quake to yield a temblor on the order of magnitude 8 or perhaps 8.5, she said. "Something as big as an 8.9 is a bit of a surprise," she said. A quake that big usually requires a long, relatively straight fault line that can rupture, such as those found in Peru and along the eastern coast of South America. Friday's quake occurred in the Japan Trench, where the Pacific tectonic plate slides under the Japan plate. Scientists did not expect such a big quake in the area because the plate boundary is not straight, but is fairly irregular. According to Lucile Jones of the U.S. Geological Survey, a quake of that size would require rupturing a zone at least 300 miles long. - LA Times.  
What was also another surprise about the earthquake was that of a giant whirlpool, that was seen near Qarai City, Ibaraki Prefecture in northeastern Japan. A swirling vortex, that lasted for hours, sucking up everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. According to Michio Kaku, the theoretical physicist, the whirlpool was caused by the sudden uplift of the Earth's crust, a rupture ranging for hundreds of miles that created colliding waves. He also believes that the crack in the Earth's crust, also caused the water to swirl into a vortex, descending and funneling like a drain.

There is no doubt that based on evidential data, this is probably due to the shape that is created at the bottom of the sea, causing waves to end up as a whirlpool. A large-scale eddy, quite similar to what is seen on a river, where the rupture, swirling current and sloshing waves creates the spiraling vortex. But, what is quite strange, is that this phenomenon was not seen in the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, where an undersea megathrust earthquake off the west coast of Sumatra in Indonesia with a magnitude of 9.1 and depth of 30 kilometres, causing a series of devastating tsunami waves of up to 30 meters or 100 feet high, along the coasts of 14 countries of the Indian Ocean, killing over 230,000 people. The event was officially and scientifically regarded as one of the deadliest natural disaster in recorded history.

A close examination of the numbers, reveals that that the magnitude, size and repercussions of the Indian Ocean earthquake far exceeded the one that was caused in Japan. So, why is it that a whirlpool was never detected then? The Indonesian quake had a magnitude that ranged between 9.1 and 9.3. It was the third largest earthquake ever measured and recorded on a seismograph. It had the longest duration of faulting ever observed, of up to 10 minutes, vibrating the entire planet as much as 1 centimetres or 0.4 inches and also triggered earthquakes as far away as Alaska.

Whether the Japanese earthquake had any relationship to man-made weather modification, such as the manipulation of Earth's electro-magnetic field, speculation is already mounting inside and outside of the conspiracy field that this damage could have been done by ionospheric research facilities like the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). In the face of such a tremendous tragedy and monumental catastrophe that has affected the lives of millions, it is quite hard to put on our tin foil hats, but certainly given the evidence that I have provided here before, of man-made weather modification programs and documents, questions must be asked.

If this is not a man-made event then, is it possible that something is converging on our world? Over the last several months, we have been seeing stories about the possibility that Earth will soon have two suns in our skies with the coming explosion of the star Betelgeuse and the hypothesized gas giant planet Tyche in the Solar System's Oort cloud, the appearance of Comet Elenin, suggestions about the pseudoscientific planetary object Nibiru or Planet X, and sightings of what appears to be two suns in the skies around the world. Hints of a long cycle binary system with Sol, our Sun.

Now, in episode 8, entitled Entrada, of season three of the Fox television series Fringe, we see the combination of both of these theories of a man-made event and a convergence with a parallel world, being played out in the mythological archetypes narrative of the series.

Giant vortex seen in Fringe. 
In Fringe, an FBI team investigates mysteries associated with the unexplained and shocking occurrences associated with a breach of a parallel universe. An incursion that was created by one member of that team, Walter Bishop, the unorthodox archetypal mad scientist, who steals another boy from the alternate world to replace his dead son. A move that resulted in a chain reaction, causing various weather anomalies in the other world. In the episode, there is a scene in a busy Manhattan bar, where a television clip shows a giant vortex appearing in the middle of the East River. A vortex that created so much cataclysm chaos and havoc, that the authorities in this parallel world had to quarantine half of the city into a confined and secluded amber-like zone, where people are trapped inside. In addition to people, the incursion by Bishop also led to the deaths of animals and plant life.

I ask the following question: if we are to see the occult presentations and the subtextual narrative from Hollywood as part of a predictive programming or foreshadowing, is it right to infer that the vortex is an indication of this convergence between both worlds? Is it safe to assume that we are also witnessing one here on Earth, given the recent mass animal die-off across the planet and the whirlpool that was seen following the earthquake in Japan.

It should be noted that the word "entrada" is Spanish, and translates into English as any of the following words: entry, entrance, input, access, gateway, and portal. Is it possible that in addition to the man-made weather manipulation, some form of planetary object or dwarf star co-orbiting in a perpetual binary entanglement with our Sun, is having this cataclysmic effect on our planet as it makes it's entrance or entrada through the diffuse edges of the Oort clouds and into our Solar System, altering the Earth's gravity plane, magnetic field and eventually plunging us towards a geological pole shift and a possible mass extinction?

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